We're please to introduce you to Kaya, the newest member of our Lorne Park Dental team! Congratulations to our dental assistant, Joanna and family on the birth of this sweet girl!
At Lorne Park Dental's family dental practice in Mississauga, we know that getting kids to brush well can be a challenge. The secret is to make it fun! Here is a selection of tooth brushing songs and how-to videos that kids will love. You'll find it hard not to sing along with some of these songs! Happy Brushing!
At Lorne Park Dental we are grateful for the ongoing support of our dental practice by the wonderful people from our local community of Lorne Park, as well as those that come to us from other parts of Mississauga and beyond. Recently, it was our pleasure to support a fundraiser for SickKids at Battaglia's Marketplace and also the Visual Arts Mississauga, Art in the Park event.
Lorne Park Dental is a busy place with a lot going on behind the scenes to prepare for your visit. Before you enter the building, please be assured that infection prevention and control is a top priority and that a clean environment with sterile instruments is waiting for you.
We wish to share the news of Dr. Jack Cudmore's passing. Many patients benefited from Dr. Cudmore's fine dental skills at our Lorne Park Dental site, in Mississauga from 1956 to 1991. A well respected dentist, much of his work still exists and has stood the test of time. Our sympathies to the Cudmore Family.
A nice, bright smile is not only attractive, it projects warmth and confidence. Over time, teeth can go from white to not-so-bright for a number of reasons. Let's look at what affects tooth colour and ways of tooth whitening to give us the whiter smile that everyone loves.
Are you nervous about going to the dentist? Has it been a while and perhaps you're concerned about how it might feel or what we might find? At Lorne Park Dental Associates in Mississauga, we're proud of our caring reputation and our understanding ways. We are experienced in catering to cowards!
Having healthy gum and bone support is just as important as having healthy teeth. Measuring the gum pockets, otherwise known as having a periodontal screening, is a way to check and monitor the health of the structures that hold our teeth in place. Knowing what the numbers mean can help you keep that foundation healthy and strong!